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Dr Louise Wattis

Assistant Professor

Department: Social Sciences

Louise Wattis

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  • Refugee and asylum seeker communities and access to mental health support: A local case study, Lloyd, A., Wattis, L., Devanney, C., Bell, V. 1 Feb 2023, In: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
  • The cultural scope and criminological potential of the “hardman story”, Wattis, L. 1 Mar 2023, In: Crime, Media, Culture
  • Analysing local newspaper coverage of murders involving street sex workers, Wattis, L. 17 Feb 2022, In: Feminist Media Studies
  • It’s What Happens Now When People Go for a Drink’: Normalising Non-dependent Recreational Cocaine Use Amongst Over-35s in the UK, Wattis, L., Ancrum , C., Scott, S. 13 Jul 2022, Drugs, Identity and Stigma, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan
  • The Diminished Figure of the Serial Killer in a Confession, Wattis, L. 1 Dec 2022, Serial Killing on Screen , Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Book Review: Femicide across Europe: Theory, research and prevention, Wattis, L. 1 Aug 2021, In: Affilia - Journal of Women and Social Work
  • “Just tensions left, right and centre”: assessing the social impact of international migration on deindustrialized locale, Lloyd, A., Devanney, C., Wattis, L., Bell, V. 8 Dec 2021, In: Ethnic and Racial Studies
  • “We are still quite patchy about what we know” International migration and the challenges of definition, categorisation and measurement on local service provision, Devanney, C., Lloyd, A., Wattis, L., Bell, V. 18 Nov 2021, In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
  • Death, memorialisation and deviant spaces by Spokes, M., Denham, J. and Lehmann, B., Bingley, Emerald Publishing, 2018, 160pp., $67.99 (paperback), ISBN: 9781787565746, Wattis, L. 4 Mar 2020, In: Mortality
  • Violence, emotion and place: The case of five murders involving sex workers, Wattis, L. 19 Aug 2020, In: Crime, Media, Culture

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